Two fortuitous events led Cody Pickett to UW Medicine’s Heart Institute for nonsurgical repair of his blocked cardiac blood vessel.
Lisa Novak had been told that a coronary artery was too plaque-filled to be repaired with a stent. Turns out it wasn’t.
A provocative study and accompanying commentary pub
Commentary in The Lancet and resulting news coverage misconstrue findings' applicability to patients, says chief of UW Medicine Regional Heart Center
UW Medicine’s Regional Heart Center last week became the first cardiology program in Washington state to implant a dissolving coronary stent, a technological advance approved this month by the FDA.